During a wild storm that occurred once in a century, During a wild storm that occurred once in a century, seven gangsters known as the Gang of Seven took refuge in a rundown temple. But the thunder rumbled violently, sending fireballs to bombard the dilapidated building.» Read more
All men and women, who respect others as human beings with the right to live and to live a better life as much as they do, are brothers and sisters.
All those, who believe they are chosen and above others and should come first and can enslave others, are enemies of mankind.
Ishii Shirō handed over 8,000 bioweapon samples, and in return, he never went to trial but worked at Fort Detrick, the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases that develops bio-weapons, where a special lab had been allocated for him.» Read more
A little Uyghur girl lives in Xinjiang with her grandparents and brother. Recently, she was approached by three men holding her father’s photo and self-introduced as her father’s friends. They enticed her to go with them to Australia to see her father.» Read more
A US military officer reveals the true motivation behind America’s invasion of Afghanistan and why the Western governments & media keep promoting “Uyghur Genocide” disinformation.» Read more
Why BBC and its political masters want to make lies about Xinjiang, and why now? Because Xinjiang sits squarely on the Silk Road that is going to be revived as a direct link to Mideast and Europe bypassing Angelo nations’ marine force, which threatens Five Eyes’ hegemonic power.» Read more
A man reported to police, “Some terrorists threaten to throw me out of the house.” “That’s terrible,” said the cop. “Why do they want to throw you out of the house, sir?” “They say that’s their house and do not want me to stay there.” “Fair enough. How did you get there in the first place?” inquired the cop. “I […]» Read more
China’s pandemic specialists confirmed that the use of traditional Chinese medicine remedies in the treatment of Covid19 is one of the key factors that allowed China to quickly put the epidemic under control.» Read more
A Chinese man with his dog and cat tours around China for years in his self-designed mobile home.» Read more
When the People’s Republic of China was established in October 1949, among the total population of 550 million in China, 80 percent were illiterate. In 1952, 1956 and 1958, the Chinese government repeatedly launched free literacy-education campaigns, which were responded to enthusiastically by 150 million participants.» Read more
On December 13, 1937, Chinese capital Nanjing fell. To punish Chinese soldiers’ audacity to resist their invasion, the Japanese troops went on a killing spree that lasted for 6 weeks. In six weeks, Japanese troops killed between 200,000 and 300,000 Chinese, mainly civilians.» Read more
One of the big differences between ancient Chinese cities and buildings and the architecture from most other ancient civilizations is the materials they employed. Chinese mainly used timbers and bricks, which makes the physical footprints of ancient Chinese civilization easier to fate in time comparing to the ones formed with stones. However, a finding in the autumn of 1976 shows […]» Read more